netbook is approaching it’s deadline?

Although this year Intel continue to launch the new atom processor for it’s atom netbook, but the the acer chairman JT Wang recently predicted that the Netbook will disappear in the market.

Wang said that the netbook is not completely out of the market, but will be combined with the with the ultrabook, which is also target in light computer market. Wang is expected in 2013, there will be $ 499 ultrabook introduced to the market, and the price gap with the netbook is getting smaller, so he predicted netbook and ultrabook will be combined together in the next 18-24 months.

Netbook began to rise from 2007  and grabbed a very high market share in low-cost market. Even though JT Wang predicted that the netbook market is going to fade out, but recently, the netbook at the computer market, its market share is up to 45%, there proved that netbook is still have a certain amount of consumer supporting.

What do you think? Will netbook approach it’s deadline?

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